The upcoming series follows Paige and Frankie who write funny songs and create music comedy videos for their online channel, Bizaardvark. Now with 10,000 subscribers, they are invited to produce their videos at the influential Vuuugle Studios.
The 20-year-old Fifth Harmony opens up about social media, the band and more. Check it:
On Fifth Harmony: “I think it’s like a family — it’s been four years that we’re all together now. Within those four years of being in each other’s spaces all the time, we have gotten to know each other’s ins and outs. We have all seen each other at our best moment and lowest point; and we respect each other at whichever point we’re at. We all love each other at the end of the day. A lot of poeple blame drama on us being girls, but it’s natural for any human, among men or women, to have altercations. It’s healthy because it drives our creativity. We respect each other’s creativity, and [that] makes for the final product to be better in the end.”
On social media: “Snapchat! It’s so fun. I love all the filters and that its not taken too seriously. It’s an environment where you can just have fun, if you want to not have something to be there you can just delete it, and it won’d last forever. You can pick the seconds, who to send it to, it’s a world of it’s own. It’s really fun.”
On her dream musical collaboration: “Sia. I admire her lyrics and songs. She’s serious about music. In this decade, music can take a different route and people sometimes focus on everything else that goes on around it, and not solely on music. She focuses on the music. She is creative and hands on and writes all her songs. Also, I have never seen anyone deliver and sing a record live better than on the album. I saw her at Coachella, she was so amazing. I like that she covers up so that people listen more closely and focus on the music and [realize] appearance isn’t the most important factor of the performance.”
Brenda Song wows in a lovely red dress at the 4th Annual CBS Television Studios Summer Soiree held at Palihouse on Thursday night (June 2) in West Hollywood, Calif.
The 28-year-old actress repped her new show, Pure Genius, at the event, along with MacGyver‘s Lucas Till.
Lucas will star in the title role of the series reboot, which will debut this fall on Fridays @ 8PM.
MacGyver summary: an action-adventure drama about 20-something Angus “Mac” MacGyver who creates a clandestine organization within the U.S. government where he uses his extraordinary talent for unconventional problem solving and vast scientific knowledge to save lives.
There are just a handful of days left until the premiere of Adventures in Babysitting and Disney Channel just treated their fans to the first 10 minutes of the movie!
The flick follows two competing babysitters Jenny (Sabrina Carpenter) and Lola (Sofia Carson), who turn into allies as they go on the hunt in the big city for one of their kids who somehow snuck away. It is a comedic, heartfelt story that the entire family can enjoy together.
Just a few days before, Yael celebrated her 32nd birthday. “Birthday done right! With lots of people I love at a beautiful place with beautiful food :) thank you for making my day so special everyone.. And thank you for the beautiful wishes, they mean everything,” she wrote on Instagram.
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Shawn Mendes stops by the Elvis Duran Morning Show at Z100 Studios in New York City on Friday morning (June 3).
The 17-year-old singer chatted up his brand new single, “Treat You Better”, which dropped at midnight.
During a fan Q&A on Twitter, Shawn opened up about the inspiration behind the track.
“Less the inspiration, but more a concept was being really good friends with a girl and knowing that her relationship was in a really bad place with a boyfriend that doesn’t treat her right,” he shared.
Social star Andrea Russett is celebrating her original Snapchat film, Sickhouse!
The social film, which was shown in full on Andrea‘s Snapchat earlier this month, is now available on Vimeo.
“Sickhouse took me out of my comfort zone, which was incredibly exciting,” Andrea told JJJ. “I was able to give direct input on the arc of my character, and help mold the story. Working with such a great cast and crew was such a pleasure, and really made this project what it is.”
The film centers on a group of social-media obsessed friends, that journey into the woods to explore the lore of Sickhouse, and viewers are led on a ride that has unexpected consequences for all involved, including the audience.